Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Phlogging Today

Photo-Blogging or Phlogging is a fairly random exercise on my part. I always carry my trusty Canon s400 with me and when I see something that catches my eye, I snap a picture and often post it up here with little more than resizing, a quick lighting adjustment (usually Photoshop CS's powerful Shadows/Highlights adjustment), levels, curves, and maybe an unsharp mask. Sounds like a lot, but it is a pretty quick process. This is not serious photographic work, for that go to my site,, but just fun snaps and experiments that I thought worth phlogging here.

Today's shot were taken on the De Anza campus in Cupertino, California.

Some roots along a wall. A ton of sharpening to create an even more abstact look.

An old building on campus that has seen better days. Converted to black and white to enhance the drama of the sky and the feeling of decay.

Just liked the lines. Also converted to a monchrome image to better emphasize the shape and outlines of the composition.

I like staturary, shapes, and forms. They make interesting compositions.

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